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"The Major had made a speech to the crowd while the boys were still five miles out of town. He began with Competition, progressed to Patriotism, and finished with something called the Gross National Product - Garraty had laughed at that, because to him gross meant something nasty like boogers. He had eaten six hotdogs and when he finally saw the Walkers coming he had wet his pants." - Garraty describing seeing the Walkers when he was ten, Chapter 1, Page 29

"Garraty wondered if it was embarrassing, being shot in front of people, and guessed by the time you got to that you probably didn't give a tin whistle." Chapter 2, Page 41

"Garraty thought that memories were like a line drawn in the dirt. The further back you went the scruffier and harder to see the line got. Until finally there was nothing but smooth sand and the black hole of...

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